In the Volyn, Zhytomyr and


directions, no signs of the formation of enemy offensive groups were detected.

However, the aggressor does not stop trying to involve the Belarusian people in the war in order to realize his aggressive intentions.

This was announced by the Deputy Chief of the Main Operational Department of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Brigadier General Oleksiy Gromov, during a briefing at the Military Media Center, ArmiyaInform reports.

According to Gromov, at the Lunynets military airfield, the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus (50 km from the state border with Ukraine) are continuing measures to develop the airfield, repair barracks, dormitories, warehouses, etc.

All this points to the probable intentions of long-term use of this airfield, in particular by units from Russia. 

According to the General Staff, such engineering works are also being carried out on the territory of the Zyabrivka airfield (25 km from the state border with Ukraine).

The S-400 anti-aircraft missile division and a number of radar stations of the aggressor country also continue to be stationed here.

And in the area of ​​the city of Osypovychi (180 km from the state border with Ukraine), elements of the "Iskander" missile division were recorded.   

"Measures are underway to check and prepare the Belarusian railway for the transportation of troops. Also, according to available information, training of employees of the private security company "Hart-Service" (RB) is underway under the leadership of individuals from the "Wagner" PMC (RF), - noted Brigadier General Oleksiy Gromov.

We will remind that on September 27, the Belarusian Gayun monitoring group reported on the

preparation of Belarus for the large-scale reception of military echelons

from Russia.

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